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Shota Khizanishvili and Vaja Leluashvili arrested2012-11-19 12:21
November 18, Tbilisi City Court arrested ex-deputy head of the Interior Ministry, deputy Mayor of Tbilisi Shota Khizanishvili for two months. The same measure of restraint was selected against deputy director of the Department of Constitutional Security Protection Vaja Leluashvili, the Caucasian Knot reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Shota Khizanishvili accused under the first part of Article 333 of the Criminal Code of Georgia, implying abuse of power; he faces a prison sentence of up to three years. He is was also charged under Article 158 of the Criminal Code, implying violation of the secrecy of private communications; in the event of evidence of guilt he is punishable by a prison term of 2 to 5 years.
Vaja Leluashvili accused under five articles of the Criminal Code of Georgia. In particular, the first part of Article 333 of the Criminal Code (abuse of power), Article 158 (violation of the privacy of private communication), Article 187 (damage and destruction of another's property), Article 284 (illegal access to computer information) and Article 285 (establishment, use and distribution of malware).
Recall, November 16, Prosecutor General's Office of Georgia confirmed the arrest of 12 former employees of Ministry of Interior of Georgia.
Most of the detainees are former members of the Constitutional Security Department (CST). They were arrested after interrogation conducted on November 14-15.